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Can you shrink .VOB files?

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by Benefic, Oct 27, 2003.

  1. Benefic

    Benefic Guest

    Well I backed up "Confidence" to my HD and I could have sworn I DVD Shinked it but it's reading 4.68GB in My TS_VIDEO folder. I must of chosen "no compression" for the movie only(re-authored). Is there anyway I can shink the .VOB files down with another program so I can put the whole movie on DVD? Of course I'm assuming the movie should be around 4.4GB?? I didn't try to burn it because it seemed to high.
  2. yuedana

    yuedana Regular member

    Aug 25, 2003
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    I've had this happen with shrink before. You did compress it but for some reason it did not compress enough for the dvd burn. You can re-shrink it by instead of opening disc, open file and go to the folder and open the video_ts file (it is an .ifo file) and you can recompress it by a little so it will fit on a dvd.

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